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Collaboration in Genealogy - An Example Of Doing It Right

While I was travelling through Scotland and Ireland, I received an email from Ancestry.com notifying me that another Ancestry member with the user name kforsman72 had sent me a message. 371 more words

HELLO.

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop to look around once in awhile, you could miss it.” – Ferris Bueller

It’s been quite a long while since I have shared any photographs. 180 more words

Dropping in

So today was Mother’s day.

We went to the city to spend time with Jim’s 96-year-old Mom. She is wonderful and was really in great spirits while we were there. 166 more words

Jim

Tank visits his mother

Tank and I made a trip to one of the family cemeteries to visit the graves of his mother and father, among others. We stopped along the way to pick up a sandwich from… 57 more words

94 Years Old

Abandoned and Alone...forever?

Abandoned and Alone…forever?

That all depends on what you believe, doesn’t it?

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Abandoned and Alone

Cee's Black & White Challenge

"Well, she was pretty."

And Mama’s daughter’s name Hattie, Hattie Mae. That’s who they named me after. I asked them why they named me Hattie after a dead person. “What, you don’t like Hattie? 363 more words

North Carolina

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday - Triangular Gravestone

My Wordless Wednesday pictures are images I find inspiring, unusual or simply beautiful. I’m filing this one under ‘unusual’ as I’ve never before, or since, seen a triangular gravestone. 41 more words

Wordless Wednesday